The American Federalist Journal began in 2001 as a project to bring together great commentary about politics, culture, and the news of the day from around the Web.
On the main page you’ll find some of the best opinion journalism available from sources like The Weekly Standard, Townhall.com, National Review Online, City Journal, and many others.
We wanted to provide a central repository for articles and other resources in defense of the foundation principles of the United States, from a conservative perspective – limited government, federalism, adherence to the written law and the U.S. Constitution. So in addition to links to current commentary, you’ll find links to the U.S. Constitution, the Federalist Papers, the Declaration of Independence, links to blogs for ongoing analysis and commentary, historical quotes, and other resources.
Please visit the home page for the latest commentary from around the Web, or your can view our blog, The Unalienable Right, for quick takes on the news and events as they happen.
Who writes the weblog?
Not content just providing articles by others, we wanted to tell the world what we think too. We decided to model our blog after the unsigned editorials you find in most newspapers. This is in the tradition of the Federalist Papers, which were published anonymously under the name Publius. You never know who’s reading a web page, and there are a lot of bad characters out there these days. No one wants to place a family member in danger or lose their job because some ‘tolerant’ liberal can’t think of a literate response to conservative thoughts. So until the offers of fame, influence, and fortune too great to pass up come rolling in, we’ll simply be – The Editors.
Thank you for visiting.